Bald eagles are considered rare creatures in the wild. In fact, without the presence of the zoo, interacting with them in their natural habitat is not an easy task. Moreover, sudden encounters with them are just usually out of luck.
However, regardless of the limited access, Jessie Peck, a fisherman, claims that seeing bald eagles up close in Alaska is “really not that hard”. He claims that such a creature can be easily spotted in his country.
If you’re hesitant to believe him, you might want to check him out!
Despite the long hours and tedious work, being a fisherman still has its perks. Naturally, he usually spends time in the waters of Alaska, which is known to be abundant in bald eagles. However, interacting with them could be different if you don’t have the right bait.
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One day, while Jessie Peck set up a camera to record his encounter with the majestic creature. A bald eagle suddenly came to him for food. Moments later, more bald eagles started coming in as he baits them with food.
It is fortunate that the hidden camera he set-up earlier captured his up-close interaction with the bald eagles.
If you still don’t get the idea, this particular once-in-a-lifetime encounter with the bald eagles didn’t just happen in a snap of a finger. Jessie had to feed them for months in order to lure them and gain their trust.
Fortunately, he was given a chance not just to feed them, but also to interact with them up close in their natural habitat.
Ultimately, Jessie Peck proved to us that with a good bait, getting up close to these rare birds is achievable. What would you do for a chance to meet the amazing bald eagles of Alaska?
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